By DK Publishing
Perfect for early formative years improvement, chuffed infants, giggling infants, foolish infants and crying infants are came across at the pages of this padded board book.
Look in any respect the candy child faces displaying that they're chuffed, unhappy, sleepy, and extra. Your child could make an identical expressions to aid realize universal expressions. This sturdy little publication is certain to pique baby's interest.
With vibrant colourful photographs and straightforward be aware labels that catch the expressions and moods of infants all through their busy days, Baby Faces will mesmerize childrens once they see different young children similar to them.
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